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Installing/Uninstalling Dial-Up Networking on Windows 95/98

This page will help you install or uninstall Dial-Up Networking if you have Windows 95 or Windows 98.  If you are not sure if you have Dial-Up Networking installed, open the My Computer window.  If you see the Dial-Up Networking folder, then you already have DUN installed.  If you are going to uninstall DUN, just keep reading.

However, if you do not see the Dial-Up Networking folder, then you will need to install DUN in order to use KansasNet.  Follow the few simple steps below.


STEP 1:
Open the Control Panel by double-clicking the Control Panel folder in the My Computer Window, or click Start-->Settings-->Control Panel.  Inside the Control Panel window, double-click Add/Remove Programs.


STEP 2:
After opening Add/Remove Programs, click the Windows Setup tab at the top of the window.  Windows will search for installed components, and then show you a list of all the windows components installed on your computer.  Click Communications in the list, then click the Details button.


STEP 3:
The Communications components you have selected will appear similar to those listed below, make sure to check Dial-Up Networking.  (If you are uninstalling DUN, then uncheck 'Dial-Up Networking').  Then click OK.  This will take you back to the window above.  Click OK again, and your system will install (or uninstall) the Dial-Up Networking component.  (If your computer asks you for the Windows 95 or Windows 98 CD-ROM, make sure to put the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive and press OK.)  When it's finished, you can close the Control Panel window.  Then you should reboot your computer by clicking Start-->Shut Down-->Restart.


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